Nov 23, 2012

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Jormungand: Perfect Order episode 07

Damn, I have slightly lost the motivation to write after I saw this week’s Naruto Shippuuden episode.  You know, I work hard all week, so I don’t want to come home and find out this week’s episode of one of my favourite shows sucks harder than a porn star. It’s a good thing that Jormungand never disappoints, otherwise I probably wouldn’t have written at all today.

I usually hate it when shows focus too much on characters. They tend to tell the viewers too much unnecessary information. But, luckily for us viewers, that’s not the case with Jormungand. I noticed that in the first season too, that they wanted to tell us a bit more about the characters. However, there were limited episodes and so many characters, so I’m even happier with this second season now.

William, or Wilee as they call him, wins the spotlight this week. I’m happy about that, actually. I have always wondered about that guy, seeing as he’s always so calm. It seems that he’s a demolition expert that likes to use people’s bombs against them. Basically, it was Lehm that brought him in, seeing as they’ve done a few jobs together when Lehm was still part of a Delta Force team.

We definitely got to see a whole different side to that guy during this episode. It may have been a bit too predictable to some, but I found it rather amusing. Sure, even I knew that Koko and her crew were followed by the bandits that they originally hired to protect their convoy. I also knew, seeing as they were travelling in several trucks, that they were going to be ambushed (with the use of bombs).

I don’t really care if I could somewhat see it coming. I thought it was absolutely great, especially when William used their own leader as a suicide bomber. That just goes to show that it doesn’t matter if they look calm, nice or just plain strange. Each and every member of Koko’s crew is a monster in his/her own way.

Jormungand: Perfect Order episode 07 screencaps

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